Mar 28th 2012 1:06PM The balloon raids were also my favourite part of the event! XD
Mar 28th 2012 1:03PM @Mikkhail
The carnival takes place both in the main cities and this area. During primetime on my server there was hardly room to walk between other players in the capitol, and there were still plenty of people partying out in the Shimmersand festival area as well.
Mar 5th 2012 3:29PM It depends a lot on the models. Whichever I feel is most attractive is what I usually go for. I usually play male characters about 70% of the time, and females 30% of the time.
As a female, I do like staring at my handsome male characters. Also, hiding behind a male avatar helps avoid unwanted attention. I remember my first character in WoW (a night elf female)... The game screen hadn't even finished loading post character creation before I had some whisper in my chat box from some creeper wanting to cyber. x_X;
In WoW, I tend to play male night elves, and female humans, as the female humans don't seem to get the comments that night elf females do.
In Rift, the male character models just aren't attractive to me, so I just play females.
In SW:TOR my main is a female, but only because my husband was playing a male character (he plays either gender, like I do). My favourite character is my male smuggler though.
Dec 5th 2011 2:00PM I also have this mouse! I'm a somewhat petite woman, so I'm assuming I have relatively small hands? (6.5 inches from wrist line to tip of middle finger). Even so, I've found this mouse to be quite nice. I also tend to hold my mice from the back with my wrist on the pad, so keep that in mind. The vertical thumb buttons are real easy for me to use, as is the closer horizontal one, though the further one is a bit harder for me to reach. The pinky button I can hit , though just the back 3rd or so of the button, so I have to press it harder than normal to get it to click. If I rest my hand more on top of my mouse, I can reach all the buttons well enough.
It does move real smoothly though, and has great sensitivity. I also like the glow (I set it to blue). I picked out the mouse not because it's an mmo/WoW mouse, but because it just felt really nice and comfortable in my hand as compared to others at the store. :) Also, if you're the type to care about such things, the packaging in came in was *really* nice. :)
Sep 2nd 2010 6:45PM Reminds me a long while back when my guild was doing Iron Council (25). The fight had lingered on, and I found myself out of mana and nearly dead while our tank (with very low health) was being chased around by Stormcaller Brundir. The boss was nearly dead, but we weren't going to make it if the tank dropped. So, being a holy priest, I ran into the lighting tendrils purposely to die and become a pretty angel so I could heal our tank. I died, but our tank lived and we finished the encounter. :D
Aug 27th 2010 10:15AM Female here.
My main is a priestess with two heal specs. :D I just love to heal.
I'm also very much enjoying my druid which is a tree/crit chicken.
Other classes I've played at max level are:
Rogue (rolled for RP reasons) I found I don't particularly care for melee. I don't like stabbing boss ass that's filling up my computer screen, nor do I like things stabbing me in the face.
Warlock (played mostly PVP with this one) I suck at PVP. I liked warlocks because I could dot from afar and run away like a wuss, or cheer after my dots took my opponent out after they inevitably killed me.
Huntard (my first character, a nelf. I know, surprising right? ;) I rolled her because she was pretty and could have a pet. I was terrible. She is still 60.